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who who you want to be when you grow old hunger and suffering at the border between belarus and poland with thousands of migrants including children, remained stranded in a place to try to get him to the e u. now a group of nobel prize, what is demanding human rights organizations are allowed, immediate access to that area. display of arrogance and impunity, rushes foreign minister lasts the use approach to the unfolding migrant crisis. and another nice word across this, our world renowned lawyer says a recent guantanamo trial deb a stay in the moral fiber of america could hopefully set a precedent for other victims of abuse at the hands of u. s. h. and this is the 1st time that everyone got to cheer
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in anywhere. what these horrible things were down to them. now i believe it will be more and more difficult for the government of the united states to keep secret. what happened to the other people ah, wednesday afternoon here most produced him 4 pm will welcome to the program. my name's kevin o. in heard out. he's will use center. so 1st of the migrant crisis continues to the poland barrows border with thousands of people are still camping out in re harsh conditions is winter approaches. but as the political situation heat suppresses se winters getting closer and closer. now it's already on it and it's getting cold there among those sacrificing basic comforts and a bit to find a better life of families with children. lot of hon. people that there are also enduring shortages of food and water to report a jest,
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they will try to keep warm and damp sleeping bags. amid these di conditions, at least 8 individuals are reported to have died in the border area in recent months. well, 1st off, we spoke to people in that camp, among them was a little disabled boy who's hoping to try to get some treatment in the u. who you want to be when you grow old the day, cause i was born with the disease in his legs. we tried very hard to get treatment abroad, but we didn't get to mission to leave the country. we received an offer for treatment from germany, but we were not allowed to leave could, after several years of not being allowed to leave, the doctor told us that his legs had to be amputated. since then he has been using the prosthesis. these are his legs. he's walking with those legs, they're getting too small for him. every 6 to 8 months, they get too small because he's growing up money and we don't have the money to change them. life until the stone is too hard. he can't go to school play in the
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playground. all the children insult him because he has a disability. what's your favorite game to play more? of course you would like to go and play football outside with with these prosthesis legs. he can't just one little snapshot of life. now people are effective as if he hasn't got enough to go through already. well meantime, poland deployed additional troops and police and as well as military hardware to the board in declaring a state of emergency that comes off to migrant start a storm, the frontier money cutting through razor was so much over there and come to get done with trunks of from trees as they went along, crashes broke out with border guards who use t. a gas. the sound of gunfire was also heard. now, according to polish estimates, as many as 4000 people remain up the board. but they're also thinking, as well as many as 10000 more could be elsewhere in better room trying to get to the frontier in some form of safety to make a new life in the u. many refugee to the combo at the moment. say that desperately lacking basic supplies on tuesday evening, reported humanitarian organizations did manage to deliver some aid including food,
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water, warm clothes, and blankets moore's already arrived today. constantine rose coffee is at the scene . this is his latest report. hundreds of migrants have gathered to get free food delivered by bell russian volunteers and the local red cross. this is mark needed house for these refugees, a stuck here at the polish a valerie border. now we can see that kids, they are served a 1st to get milk and some cookies. this is much needed help for these. a poor her migrant says they're running extremely low on supplies. you know, for the past few days, these people have been on a poor diet, made up of junk food or potatoes, cooked on campfires, but even these can stocks are almost gone. now. cold is another problem for these migrants, most of which came from the middle east temperatures now drop below 0 degrees celsius at night. and these people have to sleep right on the freezing ground, not just man, but also women and children camp fires. let's have
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a look at the scene here, and you can see lot of campfires, they are now never stop burning because david cam crucial for these people's survival, of course, cold and food deprivation is an extremely dangerous mix. recently we came across a boy who was barely responsive, his mother told us he couldn't get absence this morning and refused to eat. she is worried sick that her son my die at this camp. and i, you know, the problem is that there are no medics on site. unfortunately, these refugees are at the end of their robes. they don't want to stain bowers but all and doesn't let them into the european union, refusing to consider their asylum applications. at some point, almost everyone at the scamp lined up along the barbed wire fence over there, and people chanted open the border in a desperate attempt to bring attention to their plight. and i didn't take any immediate effect though, as the polish security forces stood still and just idly looked at these people
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through the layers of barbed wire. well, that humanitarian assistance has been hunted out. a group of nobel prize when his nose appealed to you in sensations to take action to an open letter published on tuesday, they said that europe has no right to take their eyes off the tragedy demanding that polish authorities allow journalists and human rights organizations end to the border area from the east side to show depends, can next and with more on that part of the story. as this humanitarian crisis plays out as desperate people wait to try and enter into the e u. they are being treated like they are political ping pong that has been humanitarian assistance, able to get through, but it's not very much. and that's why these poor noble prize winners have written this open, let it now demanding that humanitarian organizations have regular access. to help out the polish government impose the state of emergency on the buddhist trip. but
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when perlin and beller bruce on the basis of which to refuse the excess of sick and dying in the border area to doctors and paramedics, and prevented the media from accessing the tragedy that was going on there were call and the aid organizations that can provide medical and legal assistance to be allowed to enter the border area. poland has been securing its board or for some time has been putting up barbed wire fences. it's been installing more surveillance cameras to see what's going on and it sent more than 10000 troops. and police officers to try and shore it's frontiers. and now it appears that the e u, which at the moment, is currently finding poland, 1000000 euros every day for its refusal to back down on the it's you dish reforms and is withholding billions of euros in covert recovery funds appears that it's ready to put me write a new blank check for poland in
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a bid to shore that barrier that infrastructure on the border there to security instead frontiers just a month ago that you said that was out of the question. now it seems that that is very much back on the table. in the meantime, the other thing that's being discussed is, sanctions, more sanctions are due to be announced next week. that's what we're hearing from diplomatic sources, not just against bella roost, but also we understand that this could be extended to russian and turkish airline carriers that operate from middle eastern countries and fly in to minsk. this situation really seems like it's rapidly any deteriorating. these revealing its sense of superiority in its approach to the migrant crisis on the polish belly, russian border says russia's forum. it's a circle of rav he met that accusation as he met with his by the ocean counterpart here in moscow earlier. come when you are able to shoot up the polish and
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lithuanian se didn't come to us asking for help. they enjoy their own sense of independence. making loud claims and blaming belarus and russia. they didn't ask anybody for help. this is a display of their arrogance and impunity. good, belittle the foreign minister as representing allies, men skin moscow have spoken out against how the european union member states have been treating bowers in the wake of the border crisis that is refusing to deal with the bell. russian government directly to at least try and work out solutions for what's happening at the border. we also heard from the top diplomats that all the proposals that were coming from minsk for a talks have been completely ignored by european countries. instead, according to the allies, minsk continues to receive threats of further isolation and more punishment in the form of sanctions. now i asked the,
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the foreign ministers what they make of the way some senior polish officials and commentators began drawing parallels between what's happening at the water right now with the beginning of world war 2. that was back in 1939, some of the darkest days in polish history. and this was the response by sir elaborate vestry and political discussions. the west is increasingly reverting to historical examples in parallels. but they always cherry pick the information if poland says the situation resembles 1939, then why did they not remember? 1938 when czechoslovakia was torn apart. for example, such perilous are absolutely inappropriate william and reflect and inadequacy the logic of the people sang ventless. it only means that the so called young europeans continue to pull europe towards escalating confrontations with both belarus and russia. i hope that responsible europeans do not allow themselves be drawn into
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this dangerous spiral. the message from some of the most senior year p and union officials has been the same since they're very outbreak of the crisis. that is, that means is trying to wage a hybrid war against the blog. but what i heard from the bel russian top, the woman was that he's actually amazed how he's never seen the same kind of attitude towards the european union's neighbors in the mediterranean or in the balkans. given the scale of the influx of refugees that the block has seen for years from the south and from the southeast. here's what else, the bell russian top level mad said about that problem. the problem is not bela bruce, but the european union. what exactly is their strategy? it is to punish a rebellious country that has taken a different point of view and has taken in their opinion, some unacceptable steps. it is an absolutely intolerable approach. sure, there must be dialogue, but they have driven themself so far into
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a corner that they cannot get out of it. and then it happened that they did not even recognize the legitimacy of the bell russian government. so now they do not know how to get out of the situation. this is clearly nothing but a complete diplomatic deadlock and the situation on the border isn't likely to improve any time soon. but at least mens has been reassured once again during wednesdays meeting that it's got the backing of its eastern ally. 120000 health and social care employees could quit of monetary. coven vaccinations in the u. k. as a government to settle for sol frontline, national health service stuff to get job will lose the jobs show other dusty report . well, but each other, the house secretary has now confirmed that all frontline and h as staff will have to be double vaccinated by april. the 1st of next year or no, that is certainly no april fools joke whatsoever. in fact,
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the consequences will be far from funny because according to the government's very own estimations more than a 120000 frontline and it has staff may even leave the sector entirely. after refusing to take this job, obviously that's hugely concerning the sector that's already so short staffed and impact assessment already coming through warning that this will of course lead to a reduction in the services and lead to delays in the services as well. but try to target the health secretary insist weighing the pros and cons. the pros of keeping people say actually tipped the balance. they carry a unique responsibility. they have this responsibility because they are in close contact with some of the most vulnerable people in our society. well, it was supposed to be expected because the hell secretary such a job, it has been toying with his idea for some 4 weeks now saying it for the benefit of patient safety. and while many health experts sort of understand the very logics
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and reasons behind it, they've been very vocal about raising the alarm in terms of their reservations and concerns them mainly right, of course. and it just stuff we'll quit and we'll quit sued. and of course, we're heading into the winter season now that particularly an issue of being undisturbed when the increase of demands are happening in health services like one directly behind me. and if you put that all into the context, all the pressures of the pandemic many and h as professionals, are really disappointed with the government. they feel demoralized and they don't want to be pressured into this. they feel ppo as threatened and ultimately are forced into this policy. now trade union speaking on behalf of many of the and h professionals say this losing the law will actually do more harm than good. the government hasn't listen to what many people told them that during that consultation, which is that potentially the fact that they're reaching press sledge hammer on
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this using the law. or even the chief executive of any provider says that the government actually needs to try and win the argument through the powers of persuasion, not just using an imposing law to do so. and in any case, is there really a need for this? and the 1st phase considering already 90 percent of any just stop already, double fascinated process only pulls around 50000 unvaccinated people what they can fully vaccinated. and is that really enough to push through a policy like this? then if we take that key example of those in social can number deadline, all of those are members of stomping social care to be double back to make it actually, later this week on thursday. and still that policy with the now or months ago, we've actually seen a gradual increase of people becoming vaccinated. but a huge amount of people have again, entirely left the sector. so it seems like there is a bit of logic for the government trying to protect those most vulnerable of pools
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. that is a fair enough. but what we do know here is there isn't really a public opinion. there isn't really much of an appetite to make the vaccination is compulsory, whatever the profession is. so it is a very risky move. indeed, we are like you to see a mass exodus of n h, a star professional problem health service already on it need. the government said they want to keep people say, i want to create and they end up doing the opposite. in other news today for hiring revelations of torture in guantanamo bay detention center, we've heard from the internationally recognized lawyer nancy hollander. she described the importance of a recent trial which saw former ca detainees give the 1st public testimony of abuse at the hands of american age hollander. hopes the case stub does abstain on the moral fiber of america, will set a precedent for other victims held at american secret jails around the world. nancy outlanders and pi powered american criminal defense lawyer best known for
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representing to guantanamo bay. detainees thus far, as well as with the blow. chelsea manning charged in the us with that leak of classified data and whose release she won. nancy was portrayed indeed by act with jodie foster in the movie, the martina, but a get mo detainee held without being charged in a recent interview with our show going under ground, she expanded than on the case of magic. khan, a former prisoner of the cia who claims to have been brutally treated. this is the 1st time that everyone got take here. ah, in anywhere what these horrible things were done. did them go back and look at the 16th century england and you'll know what happened to him, basically just horrific. and that's what happened to the others in the black sites also. i mean it's so nothing has happened. i mean, this is just in the past few days, nothing has happened. that senate ripple, which is the cia of legal torture in 2014. and he says when he says clearly,
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the more he cooperated, the more he was tortured. that's what he says. yes. the whole thing is so is so too horrible the senate report makes public some of what happened to our clients, but not everything. and now more is coming out. and now i believe it will be more and more difficult for the government of the united states to keep secret what happened to the other people, the 911 people and my client. and of course, there are $26.00 men in guantanamo who never been charged with any crime who have not pleaded guilty. they're just there as if some kind of permanent detention which is totally anathema to the united states based on what his plea was. and what he was charged with their obligation was to sentence him to at least 25 years
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25 to i don't remember the top in 40, they sentenced him to 26 years. but then at the request of his defense counsel, ah, who asked that they asked for clemency. they did. and 7 of the 8 wrote a hand written magnificent letter, saying this was a stain on america. and he came, they didn't quite say he was tortured, but they said his what high, his treatment came close to the torture in other countries that we don't permit. ah, this is horrible. and he should have clemency. is quite an astounding letter. also he has and he, his plea deal is secret, so we don't really know what it is and, but he could be released in the meantime,
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online from us, nancy holder also represents another guantanamo detainees who reached at to t as part of or on heard voices. project we have not called it. well how to do old . hi, it was never charged with any crime. spent 14 years behind bars and on the last he gave us his story. if you want to catch it, you can find it at r t dot com. when france is most controversial journalist eric moore's hot on the heels of president mcconnell that moment and the latest ratings out of the countries presidential election next year. recent polls of put the right wing journalist ahead of conservative rival marine the pen. he holds ultra conservative views on national identity. it has been criticized for remarks he's made of the past against minorities. he's a staunch believer in the great replacement theory which claims what europeans will soon be replaced by non white immigrants. but we spoke with mr. murray to discuss his political views and plans in the run up to the election. he says france is
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losing its identity these days and becoming more like a middle eastern country. why does have it does? yes. you know about my background. my parents, my ancestors were jews who lived in algeria. i specifically say in algeria or from algeria, and not algerians as fools say, because there was no algeria before the arrival of the french. this land has always been someone's colony, roman spanish, arab and so on. my ancestors are burgers, jews from lands that no one called algeria, that's how the french dub of this country. they also marked its boundaries. i have witnessed the process of assimilation to french culture and in detail since it is about my family. i have seen it in the example of algerian jews who 1st assimilated among the french of algeria to whom they did not originally belong with algerian frenchman, originally from france,
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from alsace communards to which they initially did not belong. they were closer to the algerian arabs, who colonized them and the kristian burgers who were also colonized and converted to islam than to the algerian french. they assimilated among the algerian french, joined france. i understood how this very subtle mechanism of assimilation works through morals, literature, history, when you perceive it as part of your own until his death, my father wrote down in a notebook the quotes of victor hugo chateau. beyond that, he liked from time to time. he remembered them discussed them with me. you know, that's what assimilation means in france. my father spoke arabic perfectly. he adored arabic music, are a jewish music and the lucy, do you understand? i know how to move from one culture to another without abandoning the original one . but through the process of assimilation, becoming part of another french culture. and until 1989,
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i believe that the muslim peoples of the mac grab would follow the same path. though several different why are you defending, marshall that on if you want it's a matter of chance. secondly, i think that the history of the v, she regime is the foundation on which the guilt of the french is based in the 1970s . the left came up with the process as they did in all of the european countries. this summer i read a book about the muslim past, the man to lew cheer and spain. and the process is the same everywhere they choose periods of history when everything was not very good in the country. let's say far from brilliance and they begin to put pressure on it to cause a sense of guilt among the people, the french spaniards, of course, germans, as well as the british americans and so on. this is the process of imposing a sense of guilt in order to prohibit peoples from defending their own identity and culture with us. this is v, she as well as colonization, and so on. that is i wanted to say that it was not the v. she regime the unleash
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what happened in the end, but the germans, france under the she was occupied. the part that was in that a rule of the regime was a free zone. france did what was possible. that's what i want to say. my goal is not to rehabilitate marshall p. time as journalist lee sallie mae said, and now every one is following her. that was never my goal. you know, i just wanted to emphasize the change that took place in the 19 seventy's and also to say that it's time to end with remorse and accusations. because this prevents france and french people from demanding themselves against the main thing against the invasion from the south and islamists, subversion. simply am it shows as rodney, if earlier become an a frenchman man's innocence secure in the future. now everything seems to have changed. perhaps this is due to the fact that history is dictated by the laws of demography. as stated in your book. at the same time, there are already more than one and a half 1000000000 chinese,
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a 1000000000 muslims, and soon there will be 2000000000 africans in this situation. it seems that the future is for them now. it was added to the verizon. oh, you are quite right calling on me to comply with the demographic rules that i have introduced when france flourished and was the dominant power in europe. it was called european china in 17991800. there were 28000000 french. in other words, the same number as there were inhabitants in the rest of europe. for example, there were 8000000 britons 28000000 russians to day it seems there are a 150000000 russians. that should be a 150000000 of us the day. and by the way of the demographic grope of the 17th and 18th centuries in france continued. given the progress and science of medicine, there would be 100000000 others. take algeria, when the troops of charles, the 10th, entered algerian 1830, there were 2000000 inhabitants. the french, as i told you, were 28000000. see what the differences add technology to this and so on. i always
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use the following comparison as an example. in 1900, there were 400000000 europeans, a 100000000 africans. europe colonized africa now by 250. there will be 2000000000 africans, and 500000000 europeans, africa will colonize europe. we need to know what we want. do we accept this situation? saying to ourselves, france is a land of vast expanses, and everyone comes in with their own culture, as well as with their roots, their origins, and very quickly, all this will turn into an enlarged copy of lebanon. we see where this leads to, it will be lebanon, this is our future. if we don't do anything, it or jesse could be switzerland. now in switzerland, it's the same. they speak different languages, but that's the only difference. we are talking about european languages, german, italian, french, we are talking about almost fraternal peoples. they fought
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a lot with each other, but so with the french, the british, the germans, we are not talking about different civilizations. whereas in our case, a new civilization has appeared on our earth. this is a confrontation between 2 civilizations. the demographic situation is leaning as to become the large version of lebanon politicians. and this is exactly what i'm trying to suggest. need to understand what is happening in reality, instead of trying to smooth out the corners as old politicians do and offer solutions to end this problem. why did all native frenchman, a frenchman, born and other european countries lead the suburbs? i know what a suburb is. i grew up there because representatives of another civilization live there which has other sacred texts, a different family model. we are going to a confrontation, a clash. it was lexical. parties are dead. we need to understand this. all our political parties are dead to day. we are trying to make a good face with a bad game. i believe that micron is not the 1st politician of the new era. but the
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last politician of the previous era, or he is the 1st politician of the new era to which you belong. he is an intermediate stage for a long length. felicia, your program is more ambitious than competitors programs. you're going to fight the rule of law with europe. i mean, you want to rebuild europe on the basis of new values. maybe? no, no, i don't have such ambitions. i don't want to fight the rule of law. i want to fight the fact that judges have taken hostage the rule of law in order to impose their own ideological view associate. and you're not afraid of the reaction of civil society because in 2017, it was by this civil society that the composition of the parliament was updated by 75 percent less was it? yes, but emanuel micron, civil society is not my civil society. i'll explain why this is a question from the field of sociology a manual micron. sociology is the one of big cities metropolises. boys was bohemian
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society, people who consider globalization a blessing, who are delighted with immigration, his sociology in general, of course, because there are always nuances details. but a manual mccarron sociology is like this. but this is not mine. look at the opinion polls. it's always very interesting to analyze my sociology, either the popular of or more affluent classes, which he united by love for france, patriotism, french traditions, custom lifestyle history and so on. we're getting into there with her, one of frances most controversial journals, eric samouce, seeking to run on the french presidential election next year. i just met wraps up what we're talking about this our r t dot com, whatever social's got so much more for you to, to read up on check out whatever and keep her today with our headlines, but take, have it on the team signing up for now. thank you for watching me. if i can stay around to for our next shows in your part of the world, taylor made for you offer a really quick break here.
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